The LGIU published a briefing on BAME communities and Covid-19 in June 2020. It was clear early on in the pandemic that different Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic groups were being hit very hard by Covid-19. This is an update on that briefing.
This briefing explores how the Faroe Islands are leading the way in innovation with digital services.
Equality issues were ignored or disregarded by ministers and civil servants in drawing up legislation for the hostile environment, the Equality and Human Rights Commission has said. But what did the Home Office do wrong, and what steps does it need to take to ensure the same mistakes are not repeated?
In May 2019, the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) launched the IFS Deaton Review on Inequality. This briefing covers the materials that have been published so far, with a particular focus on geographical inequalities and the uneven impact of the Covid-19 crisis.
The following briefing summarises a report published by the Scottish Government and COSLA which details how Covid-19 has affected progress towards Scotland’s National Outcomes.
Following the success of the pilot, the What Works Community launches officially today; a programme helping local authorities improve their use of evidence and data to achieve results in tackling homelessness. Dr Ligia Teixeira, Chief Executive of the Centre for Homelessness Impact, tells us about their work so far – and how your council can…
‘Build Back Fairer: The COVID-19 Marmot Review’ – the pandemic, socioeconomic and health inequalities in England
In February 2020 Professor Marmot described how health inequalities in England have increased over the last ten years. His December follow-up report details how Covid-19 and the response to it have had the greatest impact on people already experiencing health inequalities, and how this will widen the gap even more.
This communication, imagined by Laura Catchpole, from a local government leader discussing the merits of a wellbeing council, is one of the scenarios that we are exploring as part of the new municipalism pillar of our Post-Covid Councils project looking at the future of local government.
In this briefing we look at two successful local government programmes: one engaging women in politics by encouraging political participation and improved perception of female politicians; and one providing young women with tools to support confidence, resilience and leadership in all aspects of their lives.